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Summary
  • Lately, it seems like everyone is talking about low-code/no-code platforms. Analysts are forecasting that 65% of enterprise apps will be developed on low-code platforms by 2024 (up from 10-20%).
  • The advances of the past decade lie at the foundation of what makes the current wave different – responsive design, cloud, automation, APIs and “API-first” companies.
  • An incredible array of low-code and no-code players have emerged – ranging from big tech giants to niche startups, integration players to high-design website creators, consumer app platforms to enterprise app tools.
  • At some point in each low-code/no-code hype cycle comes the realization of the technology’s limitations. Engineers will not become obsolete – the more likely scenario is we’ll see even more demand for them. They may, however, shift emphasis towards a different problem set.
  • This is the “gold rush” of the low-code/no-code movement. The removal of technical barriers to app development is bringing many more ideas to market for validation. People will be able to focus on where they can offer value, whether it’s content or community or brand.
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